Another fox farmer feeds along with the meat a hoecake made of corn meal and sour milk.
Adding the roll scale had cooled the charge, and it was thick like hoecake batter.
But the words "I want a piece of hoecake, etc.," as recorded under the "call," were often rhymed off in song with it.
Joab tethered the horses and made the fire, and fried the bacon and baked the hoecake.
I done make the fire ebery mornin', an' cook her a hoecake 'long o' my own, so dat gal sleep half de day.
Any lizard attracted by my hoecake would have to be a salamander—that fire-proof creature that is supposed to live in flames.
Oh, Li'l' Hannibal, mix a li'l' hoecake for your gran'daddy's brea'fus'.
Big Abel's answer was to draw a hoecake wrapped in an old newspaper from his pocket and place it on a short pine stump.
Rachel came to the front door with a sandwich of hoecake and cheese in one hand and a glass of water in the other.
Yes, mam, de spider got three legs dat it sets on en de griddle, dat what I makes dese little thin kind of hoecake on.